There are ways this could work out for the CFL's benefit.
1)If a new football stadium was built in Toronto where the Argos and the NFL would play. :thup:
2)A Personal Seat License(PSL) entitles the buyer to every football game played in the stadium, Canadian and American. That way some of the NFL football fans will be exposed to something better, and it would help ensure full stadiums for the Argos. Say the Argos got 15,000 people to buy PSLs, and the NFL got 25,000...that's already a starting point of 40,000 people in attendance, before anyone actually buys a ticket. :thup:
3)If the CFL got equal treatment in the stadium. (they get the field decorated a different way for the Argos vs. for the Americans). :thup:
- If the government taxed the NFL like the US taxes our lumber. Same idea, they do it to protect their own industry, we would do it to protect our National Identity. The money that is collected would go directly to the CFL. Not a huge tax, just 15%. :thup:
Unfortunately, even if this did work out for the Argos, the team that would be hurt most would be Hamilton, I fear. :thdn: